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Bullying is an issue among children & adults on a daily basis. We're going to talk about the different forms of bullying and what teens need to know about bullying & what to do if being bullied. Special Guest/Co-host are Joyce Hawthorne Founder of Be-U Mentoring Group & Kris Doss At Risk Coordinator
What is bullying and why do bullies bully?
Aggressive or dominating behavior is often displayed by teenagers and can continue over a lifetime in abusive relationships. Such a primitive psychological defense mechanism finds roots in an attempt to control disturbing feelings.
Many times a bully is seeking power, especially if they did not receive a sense of security or empowerment at home. When parents or caregivers attempt control children by creating fear or shame, perhaps the smaller, more scared children or those with deeper emotional insecurities become victims, while others will hide behind their discomforts by showing abusing behaviors and exploiting other kids’ insecurities.
Join Dr. Sadigh and his special guest Sandra Dupont, LMFT to find out how the bully and the bullied respond in relationship with self and others. Learn what needs must be met in order to prevent bullying. Sandra specializes in supporting teens and their parents in understanding and addressing the issues teens face today.
Sandra Dupont has advanced training in adolescent psychology & mental development, Family Systems, Child Advocacy, Respectful Parent Training, Working Effectively with Burned-Out Parents, as well as nine years experience as a practicing counselor for families with teens.
Sandra is the author of “What Would Your Teen Life Coach Say? A Survival Guide for Girls Entering High School” that presents fictional teens with real-life situations like learning how to deal with physical changes, mood swings, mean girls, defining boundaries and more... She is also co-editor of a magazine called Revitalize, Inspire and Perform, directed towards at risk youth. She writes a column for the Huffington Post on raising teenagers in LA, and her books are available for purchase on Amazon.com
The terms "bully" & "bullying" seem to be the new buzz word these days; and everywhere you look a kid at school, woman on a reality show or even professional football player is claiming to be victims of bullying. This week on Playing Devil's Advocate™ with Ms. KiKi, the crew will discuss things like:
What is Bullying?
Is the term being overused?
Can an adult actually be bullied?
How/Why does someone become a bully?
What makes a person a target for a bully?...and a whole lot more!!!
And if that's not enough we have our Producer's "Drink of the Week", and our weekly “Ask PDA” advice letter!! If you want to give your two cents....contact us on Facebook, Twitter, via email, or in our interactive chat room or LIVE on-air Wed night!
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Tonight Join Kiss Calhoun & D.Jon for a special epsiode about bullying. Have you ever been bullied? if so this is an episode you don't want to miss. Join the conversation and get a better understading about bullying and the warning signs if your child is being bullied and or if you child is the bully. RVS Is Mos Def The Place To Be!!!
Bill Ballenger, founder of Break the Grey in 2005, has dedicated his life to be a catalyst for
change in the lives of youth who live a “grey” existence in a culture of uncertainty, a culture that
fosters a “whatever” lifestyle that can destroy. Troubled and bullied as a child, Ballenger grew
into a violent teenager, and became a young married father addicted to drugs and alcohol. Local
burglaries prompted a SWAT team to raid his home where he and his wife were arrested.
Ultimately their nine-month-old daughter was taken from them and they were each sentenced to
six years in prison with the Indiana Department of Corrections. It was there that Bill’s life
changed. Two years into his sentence, Ballenger and his wife were inexplicably released from
prison and their daughter returned to them. With a passion for helping others, Ballenger shares
his story challenging students to avoid the choices he made and take their lives and futures
seriously. Break the Grey is the fulfillment of Ballenger’s vow to give something positive back
Host: Penny Jean
Be a voice heard around the world!
Our special guest is MUNNI IRONE: Author, Speaker, Consultant, Coach, Trainer, Philantropist and Humanitarian. With an introduction by EZ of EZ Way Broadcasting.
YOUR HOSTS: Shawn Z. Williams and Tracy Williams
Questions or comments for Love All Humans Productions? Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org, Call the Office at 562.283.3115 and visit www.loveallhumans.com
In today's fast paced communications era the smallest of actions can change a life within minutes. How do we deal with the changing face of love? How do we open the hearts of the fearful? Maybe by sharing our stories and starting a dialogue that permits people to think about what one word, one sentence, one text message or one status update can do to change the life of another human being. Could piecing together the digital moments of a couple's life over the course of a morning with only snippets of music, binaural stimulation, and silence allow you to walk, for 12 minutes, in someone else's shoes? What would you do? How would you respond? Who would you become?
Vonyse established herself as a multimedia specialist producing comedy segments for the “New Faces” of Jamie Foxx's Laffapalooza Comedy festival, as well as being an integral contributor to brand development & marketing for the festival. She has also created online content and webpages for such brands as The Beatles, The Beach Boys, Poison, Radiohead, Diana Ross, Amy Grant and more.
In recent years Vonyse has become more involved with filmmaking. She composed the title track for the short film “Triple Minority” which Won Best Narrative International Lesbian Short Movie Award at the Annual LGBT Film Festival in Tel Aviv. She collaborated on a number of shorts, handling editing, music supervision and graphic animation. Vonyse is currently editing the feature film “Quiet As Kept”.
“Being Less” marks the debut of Vonyse's own body of film work. And is a semi-autobiographical look at finding love and becoming fully self expressed.
Host: Penny Jean
Be A Voice
The Stop It Foundation started with the suicide death of 14 year old Samuel Bresee on June 9th of 2014.The suicide death of their son left the Bresee family stunned and confused, the thought never occurred that it could happen to their family. The painful search to understand Samuel’s decision led them to bullying incidents that occurred at the church he attended, which was spread to his school.
The Bresee family waited in vain for an investigation of their son’s death to begin, those involved to be corrected. Their attempts to get the process started were met with defensiveness, even hostility. As they read other stories in the news about bullying teen suicides, a pattern appeared in each story. Aggressive efforts to stonewall investigation and justice for the victims, the type that comes with the counsel of attorneys.
Our Mission Statement, says
It is our intent and goal to reduce teen suicide and to support the families thereof with a three part mission.The first thing this groups wants to do is provide education that encourages behavioral change and policy change in regards to how bullying is addressed.One child’s gratification can come at great expense to another’s well being during a bullying incident. Having never experienced harmful bullying, many adults in positions of power also fail to understand the difference between harmless fun and detrimental bullying when it occurs, and thus support policy accordingly. Bullied children will know how to ask for help, with a cultural change making it okay and safe to ask for help, a result of education. Policy change on how bullying is addressed will come as understanding replaces ignorance. You can find the Stop It Foundation online at www.thestopitfoundation.org.
Brian Bresee is a part of the Breaking News Journal Media Team and we are here to help in any way we can
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Parents should teach them about forgiveness & the forgiveness process. The schools/churches can host an event about forgiveness. Proverbs 22:6 states, “Train a child in the way he should go, and when he is old he will not turn from it.” Like Catherine Ponder suggested, “the forgiving state of mind is a magnetic power for attracting good. I believe this is true. The more I have forgiven myself and others in my life - the more miracles, joy and happiness flowed in easily. And now isn't that what every parent wants? Kids that know how to be happier, more compassionate and forgiving of self and others so their best life just opens up in front of them with less struggle and more ease. I believe so.” Maureen Healy said, “I have found that parents that teach their kids how to "really forgive" set them up to succeed and create a foundation of strength as well as self-love.”
Is Teasing and Bullying due to Unforgiveness? Teasing and Bullying are contributing to over 4,000 deaths a year. Why? Is it due to unforgiveness? On the September 30, 2012 show, the special guest was author of “That’s Not My Name” and President of Tease Free Kids, Anita Fendall. Anita Fendall (www.TeaseFreeKids.com) discussed how to handle bullying & how to help someone who is being bullied. She discussed the progression of bullying from childhood and how to stop it before it is out of control. The archived show is at http://www.BlogTalkRadio.com/isam/2012/10/01/heal-our-nations.
Children, obey your parents in the Lord: for this is right. Honour thy father and mother; which is the first commandment with promise; That it may be well with thee, and thou mayest live long on the earth. And, ye fathers, provoke not your children to wrath: but bring them up in the nurture and admonition of the Lord. (Ephesians 6:1-4).
Join us TONIGHT at 9PM UK/GMT for another episode of LOVE IN THE HOUSE - Your candid radio show on relationships.
This week's episode is on 'GANGS AND BULLYING' with the help of our Special Guest - Emeka Mbadiwe. Mr Mbadiwe is a Filmmaker, Speaker, Author and Life Coach. He speaks on issues concerning the youth and motivates people to reach their highest potential.
- What makes some children become bullies and what makes a child susceptible to bullying?
- What do you do if your child is a Bully? How do you tackle it?
- What happens if your child is being bullied?
- What makes a child prone to the influence of gangs?
- Are these issues linked to parenting skills or is there something else at play?
- How can we as Parents raise emotionally healthy and stable children that will not become bullies or being bullied or come under the influence of gangs?
Join us live on air as we look at all of these and more.
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Tonight is part 2 of yesterday's segment I'm being bullied and Tasha needs your help on the bottom line! Tonight Terri Todd founder of the fab coalition ( fashion against bullies) will be discussing with Ms. Tasha.. What makes a child become the bully, forms of bullying, children who have special needs being bullied, how to ask your child if they are being bullied, coping skills and about FABs website and what it has to offer parents and children that are in need of help!
ALL THAT AND MORE!! You can tweet the show @305SportsNLife @whyisittaboo . Call-In to the show at (516) 387-1220. TUNE IN to The Bottom Line on MSLradio every week Monday-Friday
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